As soon as possible, document the scene of your car accident. Take pictures of any damage to your car and its contents and make note of any injuries you sustained in the crash. If possible, try to take video footage of what happened but be sure not to use your phone or camera if it’s still on or recording–that could be a sign that someone tampered with evidence later on down the road!
Car accident depositions are usually taken at the office of an insurance adjuster, but sometimes they can be taken at the plaintiff’s attorney’s office. The deposition is a sworn statement under oath where you will be questioned about the accident, your background and any other information that might be pertinent to the case. Read More
The victim of motor vehicle accident has 2 options. He or she could decide to settle a claim with the car insurance company. Alternatively, the same victim could elect to file a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible driver. Accident victims that reside in Ontario, Canada enjoy a number of benefits, if any one of them decides to settle a claim with the car insurance company. Read More
Statistics make it clear that distracted driving has caused an increasing number of motor vehicle accidents. Authorities in charge of highway safety have sought help from legislators. The legislators in Ontario have passed laws that punish those drivers that refuse to heed warnings, regarding the dangers linked to various distractions. Read More